From week to week, the injured Kane Williamson does not withdraw from the World Cup

At this point, we’re just trying to keep working from week to week, he said Monday.

I haven’t had such a long injury yet, but talking to other people who have, it’s quite a journey, so if you look too far ahead, it can get a little scary.

Whereas, one week at a time, marking these little marks, these little victories that are nice to experience. But you also need to know that the journey won’t be completely smooth, and you’ll have a few setbacks along the way that you’ll have to overcome.

Williamson’s bats helped New Zealand reach the 2015 World Cup finals in Australia and the 2019 World Cup finals, where they lost to tournament hosts England in a dramatic super-over.

The 32-year-old, who scored 6,554 ODI points and is captained by New Zealand in both short formats, said any training he does at the moment is basic and he is looking forward to getting back in net.

Probably more to settle down and get a change of scenery…just nice to mix all the work in the gym, physical therapy and rehab to spend some time with the other guys training, he said.Really looking forward to getting back to the net, that’s for sure.

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